W ioals W ill Play Ainerican team.
aAfter the Ryder cup match the Ame-
e rican open will be the object of the
I yder Cup Series. British players, and their heavy hit-
ting is regarded as giving them an ad-
Turnesa acid Al Espinosa, have done vantage on the formidable Oakmont
ESTER, Mass., June 1.-
.anding British professional
1 play eight homebred An.e-
essionals at the Worcester
ub tomorrow and Saturday
match for the Ryder cup, a
ely new trophy serving the
ose as the Walker cup in
of . the British team have
.g 36 holes daily in practice.
n*-embers of the American
Vatrous, Gene Sarazan, Joe
Tonight Worcester will officiallyl
welcome the invaders to this country
as well as to Massachusetts. There
will be a banquet which at the visi-
tors' request will end at 9:30.
The British team is in an especially
optimistic mood. Par of the course is
70. In practice the best any British
or American player has done it 73. TheI
competition will consist of 36-hole
foursomes and singles.
NEW YORK -Carsten Andersen,
115-pound amateur boxer, was killedf
in a bout.
ITIJACA-James Wray signed a
three year contract' to coach Cornell.
NEW BRUNSWICK-Edwin Rob-
erts was elected captain of the Rut-
AT 3 P.u ADVER
If you are a telephone subscriber call Jimmie1
the Ad-Taker Dial 21214, and your want ad
I will be charged.
The Michigan Daily reserves the right to
classify all wants ads under appropriate head-
ings and to revise or withhold objectionableI
This column closes at 3 P. M. date preced-
ing publication. Notice of any error must be
given in time for the second insertion.
Ten cents per reading line (on the basis of
five average words to the line) for one or twoi
LOST-Pair rimless glasses, .,with
0U CO U Moctagon lenses. In case marked L.
-CLOSE3 A. Ott Mansfield, Ohio. Call Myron
TISN G -AT 3 PA11 Burneson. Phone 21617. Reward.,
LOST-Friday, April 22, silvtr van-
Nine cents per reading line for three or more ity case on a chain, with two black
insertions. enameled figures on front. Reword.
Cash clausifieds received at the Daily office 7817
to The Press Building on Maynard Street. ____________________
Special standardized rates given on Ipplica. FOR RENT
nurnished house by mar-
LOST--A green gold Wahl fountain
pen, Friday morning on campus.
Call ,. E. Wendel, 3193. Reward.
Walter Hagen is captain of the gers Lacrosse team.
vied -tudent for summer vacation.
Would take care o house during
owner's absence. Box 191, Michi-
gan Daily. 177-78-79
L tdl i
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0GUY - CO.
FOR RENT-Light, cool rooms for
boys. Shower baths and summer
rates. 523 Packard. 178-79-80
FOR RENT-Rooms for students,
teachers or business met for sum-
,mer at summer rates. 425 S. Divis-
ion. Dial 22352. 178-179-180
FOR RENT-Rooms for summer.
Price $2.50 each. One large room
with sleeping por~h. $3.00 each.
555 South Division St. Phone 8072.
TO SUB-LET-Attractive furnished
apartment, two blocks from cam-
pus, for summer. Tel. 21655. 178
FOR RENT-Rooms at 311 Thomp-
son. Two blocks from campus
Continuous hot water. 178-179-180
FOR RENT-To sub-let, furnished 2-
room apartment. Frigidaire, tile
bath, modern throughout. Inquire
Apt. 6, 644 E. Univ. 177-178-179
FOR RENT-Washtenaw apartment
furnished or unfurnished for sum
mer Call 6260. 177-178-179
FOR RENT-Two single and on(
double room. Summer prices. 80
FOR RENT-Single room in apart
m-ent with young married couple
1315 Washtenaw. Phone 9187, af
ter 4:30 P. M. 177-17
FOR RENT-Summer rooms, used a
suite, single eor double. Dial 7941
1101 Church St. 176-177-17
FOR RENT-Newly decorated five
room house. Immediate possession
Dial 21815, evenings. 176-177-17
FOR RENT-Near campus. Six room
Completely furnished. June 1 t
September 15. Phone 21097.
FOR RENT - Desirable apartmen
near campus, after June 21. In
quire Jefferson apartments, No. 1
or call 9486. 174-5-6-7-8-
FOR SALE-New gold-plated E-fly
alto Conn saxophone with cas
Must sell at once. Glenn Tagu
215 S. Thayer. Phone 7505.
FOR SALE-Auto tent and compar
ment holding-box, Also wardrol
trunk and hall rack. 178-179-1E
FOR SALE-Davenport and chai
library table, dining room set. Fi
grate set, student furniture. Pho
FOR 'SALE-Dodge Roadster. Exce
lent condition. $100.00. all 695
FOR SALE-Here it is. Ford coup
1925. Thoroughly overhauled a
reconditioned last month. Starte
spare, and accessories. Call WE
at 9852 after supper. 177-78-79-
FOR SALE-The fine frat. house, 13
Washtenaw Avenue, at $5,000 le
than value. ,)lay rent. Inquire
Huron Valley Bldg. & Sav. Ass
116 N. Fourth Ave 177-78-79-
NTED-To rent, for summer
mall house or first floor apart-
nent by couple without children.
kddress Box 189, Michigan Daily.
kNTED-Typist wants work this
ummer. Theses, doctors' theses,
tc., etc. Make arrangements now.
t. W. Ross, 1007 Monroe St. Tel.
ANTED-Two students, good swim-
ners, to serve as life guards at a
West Michigan sumnmer resort.
Room furnished. Address R. W.
Iarriott, Saugatuck, Mich.
ANTED-Decorating, painting, pa-
per hanging, 35c single roill and up.
Call C._ W. Holmes, ,729 Brooks.
ANTED STUDENTS to know that
Sam pays from $5 to $25 for old
suits and overcoats.
121 E. ANN DIAL 4306
OTICE-Driving to New York the
13th or 14th. Have room for two,
Address Box 195, Michigan Daily.
)TICE-Mell Gillespie, teacher man-
dolin, banjos, guitar, chord con-
struction. Dial 4757.
Wed., Fri., Sun., tt
rojanowski's Barber Shop has sat-
isfied Students for 40 years.
JITS AND OVERCOATS-Very reas-
onable prices, tailored or ready-
made. We have a wonderful vari-
ety of patterns. Repairing also a
specialty. Beautiful fabrics for yqur
WILD THE TAYLOR-
109 l. Washington
Pews Letters and College Printing.
Prices ;and service right.
'Nvis & Ohlinger, Prompt Printers
09-111 E. Wash. St. Dial 8132
Jsed Victor Portable phonograph, as
good, as new. $20. Easy terms.
University Muuic House. tt
An old established Detroit firm
needs a few college men. We teach
you our business'and see to it that
you are firmly entrenched in the most
lucrative profession known. Write
us all about yourself and we will ar-
range for interview.
APPLICANTS SELECTED CAN
MAKE FROM $15 TO $20 A DAY
Write John H. Walsh & Sons, At-
tention A. J. Hart, Sales ,Directory
1606 1st National Bank Building, De-
Style 6-Semi-portable Victrola, in-
cluding six records, for $24.50.
Fine for cottage or canoe. Univer-
sity Music House, tf
ANN ARBOR CARPET Cleaning
Works. Rugs Shampooed. Phone
The Greatest Tie Sale ever held in Ann Arbor
These ties are the product of Buckingham, 'Ltd., London; Saibrook Witting, Ltd.; London; R. Atkinson &
and such leading American manufacturers of exclusive scarves as Blanchard & Price, Keys & Lockwood, and
New York. The complete assortment includes the smartest designs and colorings in almost every type of
poplins, twills, hand-framed 'nits.
Co., Dublin; Paul Olmer et Cie, Paris,
Jas. McCurrach & Bro., Fifth Avenue,
silk foulards, repps, satins, mogadors,
FOR SALE-New gold-plated E-f
alto Conn saxophone with cas
Must sell at once. Glenn Lagu
215 S. Thayer. Phone 7505.
FOR SALE-1922 model Essex
touring. Good condition. $
Phone Shantz, 22491. 176-171-'
FOR SALE-Most desirable larl
rooming house, furnished or unfu
nished.. Best location. Easy tem
May rent. Dial 7733 (or.~44
FOR SALE-Chevrolet 1923 touri
$40.00. Phone 9023 any afterno
or evening and ask for McKee
FOR SALE-1921 Ford Touring. 4
FOR SALE-Ford roadster 192
five tires, starter, demountat
good condition. 1611. Washtena
Phone 9117. Boyer or Farquhar
FOR SALE-Attractive tea room
State street. Will sell at at
sacrifice. Phone 9850. 176-177-
TO SEH best of 50 lines clothing drop
card to 1103 E. Washington. Phone
.6365 evenings. $22 to $30.
NOTICE-Thenew Royal Portables
are. now on display at 'Rider's Pen
Shop,' 315 State St.' A wonderful
machine. You will be interested.
Call and see them.
WHY NOT TAKE ADVANTAGE OF
OUR ORGANIZED RENTAL DE-
PARTMENTWHE SEEKING A
HOME FOR THE FUTURE?
Some of our offerings include:.
1. Six rooms in Cutting Apts. Heat
and water. Furnished. Possession
Sept. 1. $110 per month.
2. Ten rooms on Wilmot. Posses-
sion at once. $100 per month.
3. Furnished house on Cambridge
Road. Possession June 15. Price
$105 per month.
4. Suburban-five room house. Semi-
modern. Possession at once. Price
$25 per month.w,
5. Six room apartment on M&
Kinley. Heat and water furnished.
Available now. Price $70 per month.
6. 303 N. Eighth St. Six room house,
Available Sept. 1. Rent $45 per,
7. 835 Tappan Ct. Seven roons
souse with or without garage. Posses-
sion now. Price $90 per month.
-8. -Near Campus. A-1 rooming
house' that. accommodates from 35 'to
40. persons. Possession this fall.
Rental $2500 per year.
Let us take the responsibility of
finding your home.
Call Mr. F. B. Ensminger with
CHARLES L. BROOKS,
Real Estate Exchange, Realtors.
Dial 22571 Eve 8830
50% Authentic Styles for next
Fall in prevailing Colors and Fabrics
WANTED-Light housekeeping ro
for married student during summ
Box 191, Michigan Daily. 177-78
WANTED-.Apartment or fiat
two for summer or all year. ,(
. Akerman, University 204, betw
8 and 12 A. M. 177-E
WANTED-Suite or small apartm
on southeast side of town, for n
school year. Apply Michigan Da
Box 193. 178-179-
WANTED - 1927 Michiganensi
Phone 8167. , Dintley Matther.
WANTED--Room in private fan
FOUNTAIN PEN REPAIRING
Have your pen repaired now at Rider's
where it can be properly done, and
ready for exams.
Let s sve you ti h boxing, shining